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Rod Luff’s ‘Anima’

Opening tomorrow night (Saturday, April 15th) at Phone Booth Gallery in Long Beach is the debut US showing of young Australian artist Rod Luff. The discerning eye of gallery director Garry Booth has introduced us to the works of Handiedan, Lara Zombie and Kevin Tong, and we are once again impressed by the progressive curatorship from the Long Beach based gallery. Entitled 'Anima', Luff's first stateside showing comprises of a variety of oil paintings and drawings on paper, an impressive body of work, made equally more intriguing by the artist's young age, attractive price points and emerging status. Get a look at some of the pieces from the show after the jump, and if you're in LA tomorrow night, please be sure to swing by. Highly recommended.

Opening tomorrow night (Saturday, April 15th) at Phone Booth Gallery in Long Beach is the debut US showing of young Australian artist Rod Luff. The discerning eye of gallery director Garry Booth has introduced us to the works of Handiedan, Lara Zombie and Kevin Tong, and we are once again impressed by the progressive curatorship from the Long Beach based gallery. Entitled ‘Anima’, Luff’s first stateside showing comprises of a variety of oil paintings and drawings on paper, an impressive body of work, made equally more intriguing by the artist’s young age, attractive price points and emerging status. Get a look at some of the pieces from the show below, and if you’re in LA tomorrow night, please be sure to swing by. Highly recommended.

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